Virtual Brown Bag Lunch Q & A: How Can Parents and Caregivers Support Early Literacy At Home? 
with Lindsay Barrett

Tuesday, September 29
12:30-1:30 p.m.
via Zoom
(please register by filling out the form below)
Are you wondering how to best guide your young child’s literacy learning, especially with this year’s unusual school schedules and extra time at home? Parents and caregivers often feel unsure how to effectively build early literacy skills or support new readers and writers in the context of a busy home. But, a bit of confidence-boosting background knowledge and a few tricks of the trade can go a long way! Bring your questions to this informal chat with a seasoned early literacy expert (and parent who understands the unique challenges of working with one’s own children.)
Feel free to email your questions in advance to Megan Smith! This event is best for families with kids in preschool–3rd grade, and will focus primarily on low-tech strategies!
Presenter Bio:
Lindsay Barrett is an experienced preschool-grade 2 teacher, and was the director of curriculum and instruction for Reading Partners, a national reading intervention nonprofit. She now works as a writer and consultant for family and educator digital media outlets, children’s literature organizations, and literacy nonprofits. She also spends plenty of time reading and writing with—and having her ideas tested by—her own kids, ages 2, 4, 6 and 8.